so overwhelmingly, were they mee pleased at what the past her to say and how he handled this? >> well, it's interesting. we got there at 5:30 in the morning, and there were people in the parking lot waiting for the church to open so they could go inside for a service that would not begin until 8:00 in the morning. so that was quite remarkable. and it showed you the anticipation because this was the first time that the bishop was going to speak publicly. yes, we've heard from his attorneys, from his spokespeople, but this was him facing his family, as he put it. and so as we watched people go in, a great mixture of emotions. you know, some people were playing the music, and they were feeling the spirit very much. others were going in. and they didn't want to talk to the media. i even saw a few people who were in tears as they were just fearful of what they might hear. but once it began, once it was quite clear that the bishop was defiant in his stance, well, as we talked to people when they came out, most of them were highly supportive of the bishop. only a few did we find skeptical. take a listen.